Rule Rule 123-006-0025
Use of Work Order Contracts


Contracts may be implemented as multiple Work Order Contracts under an Agreement for Goods or Services instead of a single contract if that implementation will provide substantial savings in time or cost, or both.


The Department and the selected contractor will sign a non-binding Agreement for Goods or Services, in which the Contractor acknowledges its readiness to enter into separate work order contracts with the Department that will describe, among other things, the specific goods or services to be performed, the timeline for delivery, and the compensation. Each Work Order Contract subsequently executed with the Contractor pursuant to the non-binding Agreement for Goods or Services must be within the scope of the solicitation, if any, and will constitute a separate legally binding contract between the Department and the Contractor.
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